Dear Mark Hamilton
I would like to take this moment out and give you my rendition of how Neothink has helped me in just one phase of my life!
Let’s take the game of playing chess as one example. Here is where the right brain hemisphere and the left brain hemisphere integrates for a common goal which is Checkmate!
The right brain hemisphere deals with emotions, music, and visual spatial skills! The left brain hemisphere dominates in producing and processing speech as well as planning and executing motor skills! The RBH begins by moving the chess pieces around using visual spatial skills. This is done in my mind’s eye. I’m trying to go in different directions, moving my pieces, capturing some of my opponent pieces, also anticipating my opponents’ moves, because of my moves. These moves are like snapshots, puzzle picture forms of different locations of my pieces as well as my opponent pieces. My opponent does not see what I’m seeing, again because these different snapshots are in my mind’s eye.
There are three phases in a chess game, the opening, the middle, and the end game.
The LBH begins to analyze what the right brain hemisphere has been doing. I am not necessarily interested in how many pieces I can remove from the board, as I am, in discovering a checkmate on my opponent! This is when the left brain hemisphere begins to integrate with the right brain hemisphere in seeing the best approach to accomplish this mission. This starts by forcing my opponents to make moves that I want them to make, without the knowledge of these being forced moves. I like this to begin in the middle of the game! This is a beautiful thing when it starts to unfold, it’s like being at a symphony, and it’s quite a rush when you call, Checkmate!
At this time I would like to thank Mark Hamilton for bringing the Neothink knowledge to the forefront through the Prime Literature, another Rush!
As one takes a moment out and thinks about this, life’s pretty much like a chess game!
Sincerely; James J Adams